DPS students interview Denver Police chief about policies, incorporating Black history in training

DENVER — While conversations of police reform continue at the U.S. Capitol, a group of teenagers hopes to make change in Denver.

Four students from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Early College (DMLK) held a candid conversation with Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen to ask about officer interactions and to push for the incorporation of Black history into officer training.

“The reason why we started the whole podcast was because of police brutality and knowing maybe that we could speak to someone…

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